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Diana Palchik, Esq. Trademark Lawyer for Dallas, TX

Diana Palchik is a Texas-based attorney at law. She primarily specializes in providing legal services to corporate clients, with a fundamental focus on trademark and copyright law. Diana is exceptionally skilled in drafting and negotiating commercial contracts. She has more than 16 years of experienced and has a Juris Doctor degree in law. Diana has been a counselor at Wright Connatser PLLC since May 2014. She also has her own law office.
31 reviews

Christopher Usrey Trademark Lawyer for Dallas, TX

Christopher Usrey has been licensed to provide corporate legal services in Texas for the past 16 years. He has extensive experience in commercial contracts, trademark law, business formation and employment law. Christopher obtained his legal degree from the Boston University School of Law. He has been a managing member at VCounsel since November 2011. Prior to this position, Christopher was a senior counselor at VCE and a corporate counselor at Huawei.
9 reviews

Charlton Messer Trademark Lawyer for Dallas, TX

Currently an Attorney with his own Law Firm, Charlton Messer provides in-house and General Counsel services for startups, as well as medium-sized businesses. His experience also includes Estate Planning for Business Owners. He can form entities for all types of clients - from LLCs to S-corps to partnerships. In 2014, Charlton graduated from the University of St. Thomas School of Law with his J.D. He has also obtained his B.S.B.A. in Economics from the Oklahoma State University.
4 reviews

Gary Sorden Trademark Lawyer for Dallas, TX

Gary Sorden is Managing Principal at Klemchuk LLP, Dallas and has won the Texas Rising Star in IP Law (Thomson Reuters) three years in a row. He uses his degrees in Engineering Management and Computer Science and experience with state and federal trial and appellate courts, to specialize in commercial and IP litigation for software, electrical, mechanical, and chemical technologies.
5 reviews

Randy Marsh Trademark Lawyer for Dallas, TX

Attorney Randy Marsh is the guy you need on your team. As a professional attorney and business owner himself, he knows just how to help clients. He uses all of his experience and knowledge to guide each client to help ensure they have a successful future. With over 20 years of experience, you would not want to turn anywhere else. Some of his experience in the legal field includes taking companies to the Middle East with an international consulting practice, winning record verdicts, and helping companies navigate through the startup phase.
4 reviews

Christine Mary Magee Trademark Lawyer for Dallas, TX

Christine was inspired to open her law firm McKee & Magee PLLC after spending almost a decade helping small businesses file bankruptcy. She is focused on helping businesses establish the foundations and operational practices to prevent litigation and closing. Christine's services are perfect for businesses that don't have the ability to hire a full-time in-house counsel.
3 reviews

Chelsie Spencer Trademark Lawyer for Dallas, TX

Chelsie Spencer is a litigation and transactional attorney with over four years of experience. She is exceptionally skilled in dealing with legal matters related to trademark and copyright law, as well as labor and employment law. . Chelsie is licensed to practice law in Texas and Florida. She obtained her legal degree from the University of Miami School of Law. Chelsie has been a partner attorney at Ritter Spencer PLLC since June 2017.
2 reviews

Bimal Saraiya Trademark Lawyer for Dallas, TX

Bimal Saraiya is a corporate attorney with over seven years of experience. He is licensed to practice law in several states, including Texas, California and Colorado. Bimal Saraiya obtained his J.D. in law after he graduated from the Texas Tech University School of Law. He primarily specializes in drafting, negotiating and reviewing commercial contracts, and often provides his legal assistance to startup companies. Bimal founded OfficeFlex LLC in January 2014.
2 reviews

Lantis Roberts Trademark Lawyer for Dallas, TX

Lantis Roberts previously served the U.S. Department of Labor as an investigator. He now practices law in the following areas, employment and labor, criminal defense, employee benefits, as well as personal injury, civil rights, bankruptcy and business law. When it comes to transactional matters - such as business formation, real estate transactions, compliance assistance and serving as general counsel for businesses - Lantis represents both individuals and businesses.
2 reviews

Chad Berry Trademark Lawyer for Dallas, TX

Chad Berry is a business lawyer who has been serving corporate clients for the past two decades. He is experienced in numerous business legal practice areas, including debt and bankruptcy, real estate law, as well as securities and finances. Chad is licensed to practice law in Texas and received his legal degree from the Western Michigan University Cooley Law School. Since November 2009, Chad has been serving as a shareholder of Adams, Lynch & Loftin.
2 reviews
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"Standard US Trademark Package"
Dallas, TX
Details
"For 10 years I have filed my S Corporation Tax returns under my company name, however, I have never formalized the company name. I have also blogged for a couple years under a completely different name. I am now looking to expand my blog name and operate a store that sells branded products under the blog name. Currently, I would also like to trademark the blog name and company name if possible."
What would you like to trademark?
A brand name
Have you done any of the following with your proposed trademark?
Purchased a domain with the proposed trademark in the website name
Proposals Received
3
Average Price
$800 - $1,200
"Standard US Trademark Package"
Dallas, TX
Details
"We already have a business name under a DBA and we are looking to trademark the name to use and represent for the company. Since this is my first time, I am not sure if I need to register it as a logo or not. I will also be using this name on paperwork, magnets, cups, pens, and social media. I am curious about the number of applications that I need and how much it will cost me if it goes into USPTO review. I would like to understand all of this information before I decide to move forward or whether I should just file it myself."
Who will own the trademark?
A company
What would you like to trademark?
A brand name
Proposals Received
3
Average Price
$800 - $1,200
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